Provo, Utah Wellness Center, I Can Move Again, Announces Its Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

I Can Move Again invites the public to its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Monday, November 18th. The event will kickoff the grand opening celebrations for the week.

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Whether limping, walking with a cane, using a walker, or even using a wheelchair, those suffering with joint pain can restore health, hope and happiness in the face of that pain!

Provo, UT (PRWEB) November 14, 2013

The public is invited to attend the grand opening ribbon-cutting for I Can Move Again Wellness Center for a sneak peak at the world’s first fitness and wellness center designed especially for joint-pain sufferers.

The Grand Opening is at the brand new facility at 2365 Mountain Vista Ln. in Provo on Monday, November 18 from 1 o’clock to 2 o’clock.

To celebrate the kickoff, the grand opening will feature Provo Mayor John Curtis in the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The national anthem will be performed by trumpet soloist XXX from Springville High School. The Springville High School Jazz ensemble will also perform. To add to the festive atmosphere, gourmet finger foods will be provided by Janet’s Kitchen. Door prizes and other goodies add excitement to the grand opening- as well as a chance to meet three local inventors whose unique fitness equipment is proudly featured at I Can Move Again.

The festivities continue throughout the week, culminating on Saturday with special guest Sharlene Wells Hawkes, former Miss Utah and Miss America. For more information visit our website at http://www.Icanmoveagain.com or call 888-968-ICan (4226).

Coming out of anesthesia for the eighth time for an arthritis procedure, and looking at an immediate future that included artificial joints, long time Provo resident Jack Mahoney knew he had to find another path.

Jack discovered that arthritis does not just affect the body, but the mind and spirit as well. He realized that any approach that has a chance of addressing the impact of arthritis will have to involve the body, mind and spirit as well.

Four years later, 16,000 hours with the help of volunteers, contractors, athletic trainers, research scientists, MDs, a local university and others, I Can Move Again is a reality.

Jack says a hundred things make his wellness center different, but he’ll name just one: “Our center was specifically designed for those suffering from arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and other conditions that result in debilitating joint pain. Whether limping, walking with a cane, using a walker, or even using a wheelchair, those suffering with joint pain can restore health, hope and happiness in the face of that pain*!”

Company Information:
I Can Move Again Wellness Center
2365 Mountain Vista Lane
Provo, UT 84606
OPENHOUSE(at)ICANMOVEAGAIN(dot)COM

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products and services are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


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